|Power (hp)||2.95 kW|
TranSlicer® 2000 Cutter
Large 20" Diameter Wheel Slices With Precision at High Capacities
Uniformly slices a wide variety of food products at high production capacities.
Ideally suited for elongated products.
Accepts products such as firm vegetables and fruits up to 4" (101.6 mm) in diameter and leafy vegetables up to 6" (152.4 mm) in diameter.
Optional hold-down top belts for additional positive feeding assistance.
Sanitary stainless steel design including motors.
Sliding and hinged access panels ease maintenance and changeover of parts.
Specially designed contoured discharge chute eases product flow and reduces product damage.
A wide variety of interchangeable cutting wheels available to produce a full range of slices and julienne cuts.
VFD (variable frequency drive) offers precise speed control and maximum energy savings.
Only two lubrication points that are easily accessible to facilitate simple routine maintenance.
Features continuous operation for uninterrupted production.
The ‡patented TranSlicer 2000® Cutter by Urschel Laboratories uniformly slices with precision at high capacities and is ideally suited for elongated products. Products effectively cut on the machine include potatoes, plantain, celery, asparagus, beans, peppers, lettuce, bread sticks, carrots, zucchini, chicken tenders, wieners, citrus peel, extruded products, pickles, pepperoni, and many other applications.
The TranSlicer 2000 accepts firm products up to 4" (101.6 mm) in diameter and leafy-type, more compressible products up to 6" (152.4 mm) in diameter.
Three interchangeable cutting wheel styles are possible for maximum versatility: slicing wheel, ¥patented MicroSlice® wheel, and julienne wheel. Slicing and julienne wheels are available with stainless steel contact parts having a manganese aluminum or stainless steel hub. The TranSlicer 2000 offers a simplified design with hinged and sliding access panels which ease maintenance and cleaning. The machine features continuous operation for uninterrupted production.
Product is delivered onto two high-speed feed belts [ 1 ] sloping together to form a “V” shaped feed trough. The belts are synchronized with the rotating slicing wheel [ 2 ] to ensure proper advance of product per revolution of the wheel. Knives [ 3 ] under tension serve as spokes and support the rim of the slicing wheel. The knives are slightly twisted to create a uniform pitch from the hub to the rim. Knife pitch serves to pull product through the slicing wheel and produce a precise slice thickness. Optional free wheeling or motorized top belts are available if more positive feeding is needed. One slice is made at a time which prevents any crushing of the product. The cut slices are then released into a hinged, discharge chute to reduce their speed before exiting the machine.